Linda and I have been working on the drawings for her next quilt. It’s coming along nicely! While I was working on the computer, Steve went hiking in Arches National Park. He had a really nice day and took lots of photos. These are just 2 of the 91 images he put on my little digital camera.
I taught at the annual meeting of the Nebraska State Guild in Chadron, Nebraska, last weekend. (FYI – Chadron is pronounced “Shadron”.) There were classes, exhibits, vendors, and lots of getting together at Quilt Nebraska. Everyone had a good time!
Emilie Richards sent me a copy of her newest book, Sister’s Choice. It is a lovely story about two sisters (hence the title) and the way their lives, and the lives of those they love, intertwine. There is a quilting theme that runs through the book, as it does through many of our own lives.
Most of you have seen our newest block of the month, Aunt Millie’s Garden. I know that many of you are working on your own versions of this lovely quilt.
Jay posted a comment to one of my recent posts about full spectrum lights. I think it’s easier to answer that question here with a new post. I want to be very clear with you all that I love my full spectrum light and I use it every day. But I am careful with it and here’s why:
I found myself with a half hour on my hands yesterday afternoon and I spent it surfing a variety of design blogs. I should tell you that my almost-daughter-in-law, Celia, is the one who got me started on this. She finds the best sites!